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to tackle this fire. >>> we are on the scene of a deadly accident with san jose police. >>> we are live in san jose where a woman only one week away from having a baby escaped from a fire. we will tell you what started it all next. >>> and it is a big day for same sex couples what they are willing to pay to witness history, it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> and good morning everybody, it is tuesday march 26th, i am brian flores. steve paulson is here, it sounded like it was going to rain. >> it is going to be cooler and that's for sure, we had the partly cloudy skies overall it looks like partly sunny partly cloudy and here is sal. >>> we had some breaking news out of san jose, we had a fatal accident, a man crashed through and southbound lanes are blocked, janine de la vega is on the scene and in just a few minutes we will have a live report, let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin with breaking news in alameda where firefighters are battling an apartment fire. alex is there where they had been fighting the fire and alex is l
in san jose are investigating a fatal accident just after 2:00 this morning, police found a gravely injured man behind the wheel of a totaled car on the sidewalk near southbound monterey road and kurt near avenue. the car crashed through two trees and a light pole. the man died a short time later and southbound monterey road was blocked for hours as officers investigated. >>> a homicide investigation is underway in napa after a gruesome discovery was made this morning on a highway overcrossing. firefighters and police received several calls just before 4:00 a.m. about a burning object on highway 29 on a pedestrian overpass near industrial way. when firefighters arrived, they found a man's body totally engulfed in flames. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no one reported seeing how the man was set on fire. right now police are investigating his death as a homicide. >> we're not sure if it's a homicide or suicide and we're treating it as the homicide and then less information or evidence suggests otherwise. >> the man's identity is unknown and
near san jose avenue. the building houses a number of businesses on the ground floor and apartments above. firefighters have pulled out of the building fearing it could collapse. no injuries have been reported. and in san jose, more than 20 people have been displaced after a fire at an apartment building overnight on landes avenue near 680 and montague. firefighters say they got a report of smoke in a kitchen area. the building was evacuated and the scene was cleared around 1:00 a.m. >>> monterey highway has reopened in south san jose after a fatal car accident early this morning. police say about 2:00 a.m., the driver of a red two-door ford, can you see it completely crushed, was speeding south on monterey when he lost control, clipped two trees and sheared a light pole. paramedics pronounced him dead on the scene. a sergeant we spoke with said there are no obvious signs of drinking and driving but cannot rule it out completely until rultsz come back from a test. portions were shut down for a good portion of the morning commute. >> goodness gracious, thank you so much. breaking new
migratorio mas adelante lo veremos la policía de san jose investiga el caso de una bebe secuestrada por una mujer, la madre vivio horas de angustia al ver que a su niña se la habían llevado la niñera estaba conmocionada. >> yo la vi el sábado. >> gabrielita estaba lista en la silla del portabebe, pero de pronto vio que su niña se iba dentro del vehiculo, la madre de la bebe vio una mujer que andaba cerca del auto. >> la po. >> el auto fue encontrado en san jose ocn la niña llorando un agente la puso en una ambulancia para dar examen méxico. >> doña maria es amiga de graciela, dice que la madre tiene ataque spero la niña. >> esta bien, recupera su tesoro, es lo único que tiene en la vida es su hij. >> la bebe es dada de alta, encontrar a la menor no dice que no se pare de investigar, dicen que la sospechosa es latina con blusa negro y pantalones y un bolso azu. >> entre tanto buscan en todo california para encontrar una persona que apuñalo a su ex mujer, tenia una orden de prohibicion de acercamiento, la apuñalo, creen que ramirez esta en rumbo a méxico en una camioneta color v
and officers located the man and identified him. he faces charges of molesting a child. >> san jose police are still trying to find the person who stole a car with a baby need. it triggers a state-wide amber alert. the 11-month-old gabriella quintera is home, safe, with her mother this morning after a frightening ordeal that lasted hours yesterday. abc7 news reporter has the latest. >> graciela thanked the community. her daughter, gabriella quintera, was the subject of an amber alert and the baby was found. >> my baby is okay, thank god and i was happy to have her with me. i want to say to everyone, thank you, thank you. ought nightmare began at 6:45 am when graciela saw someone driving away with the baby in the jeep when she left the car running. investigators do not know who was behind the wheel but it could have been the same person standing in the area shortly before the vehicle was stolen. >> we don't know if that female got in the car or walked off or what happened but that is the last person seen near the vehicle before it was taken. >> san jose place lunched an intense search that
to crimes in hayward and san jose. it ended after the car they were in spun out. it started in hayward when officers tried to pull the driver or for driving under the for the fluence. police -- influence. police think they were involved in a shooting. >> there was a incident that involved a shooting from a vehicle. we are determining whether or not this vehicle was involved in that. >> police are also investigating whether the three men were involved in a armed robbery and shooting in san san jose. >>> the castro district will be the scene of a rally and march in support of same-sex marriage. ktvu's noelle walker is live where the supreme court court, all eyes on the supreme court. >> reporter: we have seen a few people here with signs and flags. they are starting to set up for a huge rally and march to city hall. supreme court is taking up the debate tomorrow and this is not a black and white issue. there are a number of ways the court can go. >> reporter: 20,000 same-sex couples in california said i do. and then in november california voters sa
the jeep. san jose police say the suspect is a white woman in her 30s wearing a dark top and pants and with dark hair in a bun. she was carrying a target shopping bag. there is a target store nearby but that store was not open at the time. ktvu channel 2 news is staying in touch with police as they search for the suspect. follow us on twitter where we will tweet any updates including an arrest in the se. >>> good samaritans tried to help victims of a vehicle accident. >> allie rasmus tells thus suv was -- tells thus suv was upside down in the water. >> two lane highway. this is state route 4, the site of a fatal accident this morning. before 10:00 a.m. a male driver in a toyota and his passenger ended up trapped in their suv upside in water. >> the vehicle drifted off the shoulder to the right. crossed through the right shoulder area and down into a drainage. >> we were trying to help them out. >> i got a bar here, i handed it over to those guys trying to open the door. >> reporter: but they couldn't get to the victims in time. they were pronounced dead at the scene. people are fam
're live in san jose, i'm damien tra hujillo, nbc news. >>> relief for the police who reached that little girl in the suv. he's sharing his story. officer acosta shared his reaction when he found her. >> she appeared like an 11-month-old would. she appeared distraught, kind of lost r lost, dazed. so she was happy to see us. >> officer acosta even rode with the little girl to the hospital and stayed there until she was reunited with his mother. the experience was emotional for him as well as the father of a 6-year-old and 2-year-old children. >>> a castro valley man is now dead after being shot by police last week. investigators say terrence barry called the alameda sheriff's office friday, told dispatchers he was going to shoot up the world. he also told them he had a machine gun. deputies arrived in an armored vehicle and spied barry in the bushes. at that point barry pointed what they thought was an assault rifle at them. they opened fire. after, the investigators learned it was only a homemade replica weapon. barry was hit twice and died at the hospital yesterday. >>> her family calls
4's rob fladeboe is live tonight in san jose. rob what is the latest? the object of the amber alert, this white 2006 jeep liberty was located just before noon here in the parking lot of a southside apartment complex on amargoza court with the baby still inside. about 5 hours earlier, just after 6:30 monday morning, 11-month old gabriella quintero was in her carseat in the back of that s.u.v. parked here in the driveway of the family residence on amador court. as her mother went inside for something, police say a woman on foot got behind the wheel of the jeep and sped away. an amber alert and the child's photo and susepct vehicle information was flashed across the bay area. one of many tips led police to where gabriella was found. christina calleros saw the rescue unfold. it's not clear what led the suspect vehicle here to amargoza court, some five miles from the baby's home in east san jose. police could be seen going door to door canvassing the neighborhood, taping off large section of the sprawling complex. the white s.u.v. hauled away for a more thorough inpsection. the disticnti
savage, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> and we are following more breaking news in south san jose after a fatal crash. janine de la vega joins us with an update, janine? >> reporter: it is a very nasty accident, i am looking at a redford focus and -- red ford, focus and this after 2 this morning when police officers arrived they found a vehicle with major damage, he was suffering from life-threatening injuries and paramedics couldn't do anything because his injuries were just too bad and this was a solo vehicle traveling southbound at a high rate of speed and somehow the driver lost control and this car hit 2 trees and light pole before landing in the bushes on to an embankment. people heard the crash but nobody saw it and we will stay here to bring you an update and right now monterey highway is blocked and it could be like that oh the next several hours. reporting live janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> this morning, u.s. supreme court will hear arguments on proposition 8, same-sex marriage. people have been lined up since thu
street and san jose several and in talking with the division chief a short time ago, he talked to us about the damage on the upper level of this damage and a good portion of the roof did collapse here. this was a very stubborn fire that burned for several hours this morning. it broke out at 2:30 a.m. people who live in the building woke up and everyone, luckily, did make it out safely. but five people will have to find another place to live because their units were destroyed by the fire. now, this building has several businesses down on the ground floor, including a clothing store. i talked with the owner this morning and she told me she's worried about the smoke and water damage she will find inside the place. >> it's pretty hard considering i've only owned the business eight and a half months. this is my dream job. i got out of corporate. i'm not gonna get down on this. >> reporter: that woman told me she does have insurance for her store. so she's trying to keep a positive attitude this morning. a fire investigator willing called in to try to investigate a cause for the fire. back
through several apartment units here on the second and third stories. this is park street and san jose several and in talking with the division chief a short time ago, he talked to us about the damage on the upper level of this damage and a good portion of the roof did collapse here. this was a very stubborn fire that burned for several hours this morning. it broke out at 2:30 a.m. people who live in the building woke up and everyone, luckily, did make it out safely. but five people will have to find another place to live because their units were destroyed by the fire. now, this building has several businesses down on the ground floor, including a clothing store. i talked with the owner this morning and she told me she's worried about the smoke and water damage she will find inside the place. >> it's pretty hard considering i've only owned the business eight and a half months. this is my dream job. i got out of corporate. i'm not gonna get down on this. >> reporter: that woman told me she does have insurance for her store. so she's trying to keep a
have a nice one through san jose, north 87, the commute direction beyond c.h.p. pavilion, very few headlights headed in the nobody direction so it is a good looking ride. now the road work shows lanes blocked, the left lane by the village, southbound 101 and you will find also one lane over the waldo toward the golden gate bridge and that is wrapping up soon, and the city, southbound, 101, ramp to eastbound 80 is closed until 6:00 this morning. >> it is 5:07. crews worked late into the night to finish the much anticipated devil's slide tunnels define pacifica and half moon bay and have it ready for drivers for this morning's commute. as of 11:00 they only had one tunnel open. how did they do? abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is there with the answer. >> they made their deadline. look behind me, the tunnels are open. we have a car coming through right now which is northbound, made it safely through, no problems at all. it was a mad rush at the end. they promised to open it by the only commute and overnight they had paving and striping to do. they made the deadline. here is how it l
this morning outside the east san jose home. lillian is live on am door court where it all started. >> carolyn mother daughter came home couple of hours ago and while it has been a long and emotional day for them, mom was able to share a few words. she emerge from the home wanting to thank the community. daughter gabriel was subject of amber alert. after wide spread media coverage and intense search the baby was found safe and sound. >> my baby is okay thank god. i was happy find her and have her with me and i want to say everybody thank you thank you thank you. >>reporter: nightmare began at 6:45 am. that's when she saw somebody driving away in her suv with the baby inside. san jose police say the mom had left the vehicle with the keys in the ignition for only a short time as she ran back into the thousands retrieve some items. investigators don't know who was behind the wheel but they say it may have been the same person who seen standing around in the cul-de-sac shortly before the vehicle was stolen. >> we don't know if she got into the car walked off what happened to her but last pe
in her suv with the baby inside. san jose police say the mom had left the vehicle with the keys in the ignition for only a short time as she ran back into the thousands retrieve some items. investigators don't know who was behind the wheel but they say it may have been the same person who seen standing around in the cul-de-sac shortly before the vehicle was stolen. >> we don't know if she got into the car walked off what happened to her but last person seen in close proximity to the vehicle before taken. >>reporter: police launched an intense search intense search briefly shut down highway 101 and involved a police airplane. then nearly 5 hours later a maintenance worker at the apartment complex spotted the suv with the hazard lights on. also found the baby inside. >> i saw a car car there that didn't belong here. amber alert on my phone and i called pd. >>reporter: police trying to find the person who took the suv. they have dusted vehicle for fingerprints and hope to process other forensic evidenc evidence. >> thank you. to find my baby and she's okay and now she's wit
booths starting tomorrow. >>> police in san jose are investigating a fatal accident just after 2:00 this morning, police found a gravely injured man behind the wheel of a totaled car on the sidewalk near southbound monterey road and kurt near avenue. the car crashed through two trees and a light pole. the man died a short time later and southbound monterey road was blocked for hours as officers investigated. >>> a homicide investigation is underway in napa after a gruesome discovery was made this morning on a highway overcrossing. firefighters and police received several calls just before 4:00 a.m. about a burning object on highway 29 on a pedestrian overpass near industrial way. when firefighters arrived, they found a man's body totally engulfed in flames. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no one reported seeing how the man was set on fire. right now police are investigating his death as a homicide. >> we're not sure if it's a homicide or suicide and we're treating it as the homicide and then less information or evidence suggests otherwise. >> the man's identity is unknown an
taylor and that's because a city of san jose street sweeper somehow crashed foot that power pole and you can see it is completely down and it's extremely dark out here, traffic lights are out as well as street lights are out. now police and firefighters are called here at 5:00 this morning, sparks were flying because the power pole was down and police are interviewing and determining what caused him to hit the pole as a precaution and police have shut down northbound coleman lanes before pg&e shut off the electricity. electricity has been knocked down to 577 customers in the area and we spoke with a sergeant who tells us what his immediate worry was. >> is a sergeant you were supposed to hear from tells us they were concerned about people in this area initially because live wires were down and they thought a fire was going to happen, firefighters were called here but they left, but i think we have that tape to hear what the sergeant said. >> our first concern because of the live wires and the dangers involved with that we have taken precautionary measures to prevent any further injuries
dollars. police are still looking for the suspect who stole a car in san jose with an 11- month old girl in it this morning. baby gabriela was found hours later in the abandoned s-u-v gabriella has been reunited with her mother. san jose police was tipped off about the stolen jeep and officer responded. that was when they found gabriella inside the car. officer acosta rode with gabriella to the hospital. the youngster was given a toy to play with during the ride. then she was reunited with her mom. >> she started crying but then became very excited when she saw her mother. he was a very dramatic situationan 11-month old girl, taken amber alert cancelled. police discovered baby gabriela hours later in the abandoned s-u-v. today-- the suspect is still on the loose. officer carlos acosta describing the moments when he found 11 month old gabriella quintana late monday morning. gabriella had been missing for several hours a tip was called in about a suspicious jeep and officer acosta responded with his partner. the jeep was parked and the hazard lights were flashing. gabriella was inside. off
are following breaking news in san jose. a fatal accident happened on monterey road and that's in south san jose and some lanes had to be shut down. ktvu channel 2 morning news janine de la vega is monitoring the police investigation and the traffic situation at this point, janeane? >> reporter: pam, this is a horrific accident and you can see behind me this is completely crushed and the red ford focus is completely crushed and it somehow went out of control and landed in the bushes. this is near the plant shopping center. it took out a light pole and you can see how the pole is completely down on its side. now the traffic team is here and they are here on monterey highway and they are investigating and they have blocked it off between curt her and stover. they found the vehicle with major damage and he was suffering from life-threatening injuries and there was nothing paramedics could do and the man died at the scene. he was driving at a high rate of speed when again he lost control of the car and the car ended up hitting two trees before landing in the bushes and people heard the crash but at
. >> a street sweeper in san jose has hit a power pole knocking out power to hundreds. kron4 will tran is live at the scene. >> oh my goodness. they are not sure why he crashed. they are investigating this and so is pg&e crews. they will probably be here for the next several hours and i can tell you that there is great news and that only 600 people lost their power. most of the more businesses and they have restored power to about 95 percent of them. there is some front end damage. no one knows why he went off the roadway and slammed into the power pole. you concede it still is battling here. the good news is that most of them have been restored power. >> tomorrow, toll takers will be gone for good from the golden gate bridge. all electronic toll and will be in place. officials plan to begin the conversion by midnight tonight. if you have a fast track, you can save a little money. crossing the bridge will cost $5 instead of $6. other options, you can register your license plate on line and make a onetime payment and one of the many kiosk that are round the bay area or do nothing and the bill w
department in san jose speaking with investigators both will be home tonight together. we know that baby gabby turns one on friday. at santa clara valley medical center, nick smith abc 7 news. >> thank you so much, nick. santa clara county officials calling their second gun buy back of the year a success. officials collected 610 guns including 17 assault-style weapons and 225 handguns they paid $60,000 for the people who no lock longer wanted the firearms. more than 1100 guns were purchased at the first buy back. >> the family of a bay area marine killed in a shooting is making plans now to go to washington to retrieve her remains. investigators say the 19-year-old was shot to death thursday by a 25-year-old tactics instructor sargeant lopez from pacifica. also accused of killing a fellow marine from mississippi. the shooting may have stemmed from a romantic entanglement. >> the under the circumstances us supreme court will begin hearing arguments in two same-sex marriage case that's could have an impact across the country ai. woman and her lesbian partner will be sitting in reserved sea
. >> moments after san jose police began searching for the car with the child inside we knew what the car looked like because this picture was shared with the public after the car was captured on camera by the license place recognition system. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's ken pritchett is live with a similar system. >> reporter: whether driving on city streets or the interstate, there is a chance your car, license plate has been captured, the data stored it is a more common tool of law enforcement. >> reporter: if this patrol car drove by, it is ea good bet you -- it is a good bet you wouldn't see this. >> it is a camera. it covers to the front and side. >> reporter: he says the three cameras on this car are constantly scanning. >> if you get a car that is wanted, stolen, if you have a amber alert it will notify you that a car is in the area. >> reporter: they have several cars equipped with the cameras, the photos stored for months and can be referenced. >> very effective. investigators use it. we recovered a lot of property. we have taken in dangerous people. >> reporter: is it an in
-miles away. >> it was a great feeling to be able to return to baby to her mother. >> san jose police are looking for the woman who stole the vehicle. she was carrying a red and heat target shopping bag. moments after the search for the car, we knew exactly what it looked like. authorities released this picture which was captured randomly. the science is becoming more popular and moreen ty. >> . >> this patrol car drove by, it's a good bet you wouldn't see what's on top. but it would like hi see you or your license plate. >> it is basically like a camera, and it covers through the front and to the side. the three cameras on this car are constantly scanning, searching for license plates. >> if you get a car that's wanted or stolen, if there's a amber alert, it will notify you that a car is in the area. >> the department has several patrol cars equipped with cameras, the photos taken randomly and stored in a database that can can later be referenced for criminal cases. >> investigators use it. we've recovered a lot of people's property. >>> but is it a invasion of pricy. >> generally,
. the little girl was found safe inside the abandoned suv about six miles from her san jose home. kit doe was there tonight and we just heard from the baby's mother. >> reporter: yeah, they got home about 45 minutes ago. the mother did not want to talk specifically about what happened today, but she did want to say exactly how much all this help meant to her. >> she's fine. thank you. >> when they first got home, they were exhausted and did not want to talk on camera. overcome with gratitude, the baby's mother changed her mind. >> i want to say thank you to everybody. thank you for everyone, the police department, everything. my baby is okay, thank god, and i am happy and i want to say thank you, thank you, thank you. >> the five hour search ended when a neighbor found the infant in the alley way of duplexes. she was still inside the stolen suv. the doors were unlocked, she was unbuckled and crouched in her baby seat. carlos was first on seat and gabriella gave him a hug. >> you feel compelled and obligated. we were going to make sure none of us were going to go home until we found
kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon >>> police in san jose are investigating a deadly crash near oak hill memorial park. the crash happened at monterrey road near tully. bob redell is live at the scene gathering information. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. you can see behind me the crash was so severe that the front part of what we believe was a ford focus or ford fusion was flattened. the driver that died here on the scene is still stuck inside. san jose police believe he was speeding on southbound monterrey highway when he lost control around 2:00 this morning. his car clipped two trees and sheered off a light pole before coming to rest in those bushes in front of a fast food restaurant. san jose police officer who happened to be on a traffic stop nearby heard the crash, responded. paramedics declared the driver dead a short time later.
not been released. >> san jose police just released a sketch of the suspect wanted for kidnapping a baby and triggering a state-wide amber alert yesterday. this is the woman wanted for stealing a jeep liberty from a san jose woman yesterday with an 11-month-old baby inside. she is described as hispanic, 5' 5", 150 pounds and dark hair worn in a bun. the mother thanked law enforcement for help find the baby, gabriella quintera, who was found safe five hours later. the police are processing evidence and asking anyone with information to contact police. >> we have more on the proposition 8 case, just ahead, and we will hear from a bay area legal expert to look at how the supreme court justices could be leaning. >> meet yahoo's newest employee. his age and the amount of money he has >> more now on the supreme court hearings on proposition 8 with very complicated issues before the justice in the hearing on prop 8. we will get legal perspective from an expert. >> and a law professor at the university of san francisco. thank i for joining us. what hints have we picked up during the 80 minutes?
car and amber alert. live in san jose to tell us what the mother said and what the latest is on the search for the suspect. >> just 40 minutes ago mother and daughter returned to this house the same place where this or deal began. she said she is very tired but very appreciative of all the efforts made today >> i want to say thank you for everybody thank you for everything, the people they pray for my baby, police department everything, my baby is okay, thanks god and i will be happy and i want to say thank you thank you thank you. >> reporter: ktvu was the only camera to capture the rescue of 11 month old gabriella the officer just lifted her from her car seat where she was crouched but not strapped n crying and confused. >> she was distraught, kind of lost, so she was happy i think to see us. >> reporter: riding with her to the hospital she calmed and played with a toy in the ambulance. >> some body stole my car with my baby in it. >> reporter: for neighbors it started with a mothers scream. her jeep was in the drive way, keys in ignition just before 7:00 a.m. her daught
. live in san jose to tell us what the mother said and what the latest is on the search for the suspect. >> just 40 minutes ago mother and daughter returned to this house the same place where this or deal began. she said she is very tired but very appreciative of all the efforts made today >> i want to say thank you for everybody thank you for everything, the people they pray for my baby, police department everything, my baby is okay, thanks god and i will be happy and i want to say thank you thank you thank you. >> reporter: ktvu was the only camera to capture the rescue of 11 month old gabriella the officer just lifted her from her car seat where she was crouched but not strapped n crying and confused. >> she was distraught, kind of lost, so she was happy i think to see us. >> reporter: riding with her to the hospital she calmed and played with a toy in the ambulance. >> some body stole my car with my baby in it. >> reporter: for neighbors it started with a mothers scream. her jeep was in the drive way, keys in ignition just before 7:00 a.m. her daughter in the car when she went back
in the crowd. >>> we are following breaking news in san jose. a fatal accident happened on monterey road and that's in south san jose and some lanes had to be shut down. ktvu channel 2 morning news janine de la vega is monitoring the police investigation and the traffic situation at this point, janeane? >> reporter: pam, this is a horrific accident and you can see behind me this is completely crushed and the red ford focus is completely crushed and it somehow went out of control and landed in the bushes. this is near the plant shopping center. it took out a light pole and you can see how the pole is completely down on its side. now the traffic team is here and they are here on monterey highway and they are investigating and they have blocked it off between curt her and stover. they found the vehicle with major damage and he was suffering from life-threatening injuries and there was nothing paramedics could do and the man died at the scene. he was driving at a high rate of speed when again he lost control of the car and the car ended up hitting two tree
are looking for another grocer to replace them. >>> four years, inside training. >>> san jose police continue to look for that suspect in the deadly stabbing. this man, he is accused of killing his former girlfriend. she was found stabbed to death on friday on north first street not far from the jail -- from the jail. he may be driving a vehicle similar to this. dark green, toyota pick up. he may be heading to mexico. >>> man who was shot after pointing a fake rifle at a sheriff's deputy died of his injuries. he was shot twice in the chest friday night. authorities had been called to his home on reports that he had been threatening a family member. the sheriff's department just sent us this picture of what is believed to be a rifle. turned out to be a pipe. >>> a operation led to the rest of two suspected robbers in san mateo. they were arrested for conspiracy and armed robbery. he was also charged with possession of a concealed loaded shotgun. officers say they spotted the two in a vehicle that had been seen near a robbery. officers say he was i
large flames shooting from the upper stories of this building and this is on park street on san jose avenue. everybody who lives there was able to make it out safely but because of the size alameda had to fight it from the outside and they took a defensive position and they used latter trucks to get up on to the roof. this was not an easy fire to get under control. >> the challenging parts was that they are old and they have heavy timber and they are broken into many small areas. there is at least a few different areas and they are you have to get to. >> the cause of this fire will be investigated but the division chief he did tell us there is a vacant unit that they will certainly take a closer look at. to give you an idea how big it was, it took all all meet firefighters in fact they had to call in other oakland firefighters to handle the calls. as i mentioned, there were a number of businesses including a clothing store and salon. the fire department does say that a number of these businesses will be suffering smoke and water damage including t
spoke with the police officer who found the baby. j-r is live outside the victim's san jose home. with the story. j.r? the amber alert for the baby has since been canceled. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. here's how it all unfolded. at 6:40 this morning, a white jeep liberty was stolen from the driveway of graciella quintero -- with her baby, gabriella inside. quintero says, she stepped away from her car momentarily -- and when she returned, it was gone. at 11:22 a-m officers found the stolen jeep at an apartment complex near the seven trees community center. with the baby still in the backseat. the baby appeared to be in good health but was taken to a hospital as a precaution. a short time later-- at 12:30 this afternoon-- the baby and her mother, were reunited at the hospital. happening right now-- thousands of people marching to and rallying in front of san francisco's city hall. marching for-- marriage equality. ahead of tomorrow's historic u.s. supreme court hearings on california's voter -approved ban on gay marriage. >> every day we get optim
in the mid-60's for present and 65 in san jose and 63 in the north bay and 67 half moon bay and we will be back in dry conditions tomorrow with a chance of showers on thursday and warmer on friday and here comes a chance of rain on saturday and it looks wet for eater. sue? >> good morning. celebrating the brand new tunnel at devil's slide tunnel, you can see the headlights coming through with cars making their way and it is a wonderful way to get to the coast, now, or into pacifica and traffic is light. that was a long time in the making. back to fremont, better news now, with three split accidents there this morning and right now southbound 880 with five cars all moved off to the shoulder, so you can see the red light of slow traffic remains and taking a look at eastbound, road work than picked up, and just about five minutes ago, westbound, look at the slow line of traffic, which is typical from antioch to lis'burg and -- pittsburg and it looks good from pittsburg into concord. >> and a tv show is now part of a real life criminal investigation. >> cleaning pet hair is a real chor
over san francisco. skies cleared out. temperatures cleared out 63 in oakland. 63 sanÑi jose.d8 another live view from our camera in emoriville looking towards the golden gate. mainly blue skies, temperatures 64 in sabt santa rosa and napa. this is a forecast. partly cloudy skies this evening, temperaturesu! upper 40s to mid-50s, clouds with sprinkles developing overnight, temperatures ranging from 44 to9wx 52. partly sunny skies in the afternoon. a mix of sun and clouds. it will not be a wet day. it will be mild inland highs into upper 60s, i'll show what you is coming up next in just aw3 few minutes. >> we'll seejf you shortly. >> breaking news now in morgan hill./ñ police from severalç agenciesxd are in a standolfÑ with a parole that they believe is armed. traffic blocked there in both directions. abc 7 news is live there with the very latest on this.jf david? >> a lot of activity here there have been nine flash bangs atç the motel. there is a 29-year-old man inside of a second floor room. they've been trying to get him to surrender but so far no, deal. they know he has a crimi
to that live hd sky camera network. you can see the cloud cover in san jose. the sun is trying to come on out. you do get breaks of sunshine in the south bay. take you off to the north, another beautiful sky shot in palo alto with a wide mix of clouds here. clouds about 10,000 feet this afternoon. a lot of you able to see good there with unlimited visibility. look straight up and you had that cloud cover. san francisco beautiful. even blue sky mixed in as well. let's get you into the current weather pattern. we'll see drastic changes that will eventually here start to lower that pollen forecast. that's the good news. even a little bit of drizzle in this onshore flow will help us quite a bit this week. we have cold front sitting offshore. that's going to continue to move in tonight. no big-time rainfall with this. the most marked change we do expect as we head throughout tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday is the jet stream. it's going to push to the south and we'll have zonal flow. no one system this week looks overly strong. showers passing to the north that eventually get activity. we'r
a description will call san jose police. in san jose, sergio, abc 7 news. >> the salary benefit package of high ranking alameda county official turning heads tonight. county administrators susan is getting more than 400,000 dollars in pay and benefits. as laura explains she gets that amount of money for the rest of her life. >> all the money is going up to the top. everybody at the bottom has to suffer. >>reporter: çó this man is referring to the salary reported future retirement benefits of alameda county administrators susan man. according to state records she makes a base salary of nearly 302,000 dollars. but with more than 121,000 in other compensation. including equity and longevity pay, performance bonus car allowance and annual salary now tops 4 23,000 dollars. >> that's a hell of a lot. 4 23,000 dollars? i work with children so they always pa take the money from the children. that bothers me. soyvl like yes when it comes to administration, they get too much. >>reporter: but it doesn't stop with her salary. according to the san francisco chronicle the 63-year-old administrator gu
, continua la busqueda a nivel estatal por un residente de san jose quien segun la policia, acuchill hasta la muerte a una mujer la tarde del viernes ---juan ramirez, de 25 aÑos de edad, es acusado de asesinar a sandra cruzes-gonsalez, de 29 aÑos en el estacionamien to del complejo de apartamentos donde vivia en el centro de san jose ---la policia dio a conocer que la victima y el sospechoso sostuvieron una relacion amorosa hace dos aÑos ---cruzes-gonsalez tenia un orden de alejamiento en contra de ramirez cuando fue apuÑalada ---se cree que el sujeto podria intentar huir a mexico en una camioneta toyota, color verde del aÑo 1996 blanca ---cientos de personas se reunieron en una iglesia de santa rosa para rendirle tributo a un adolescente que murio atropellado durante una carrera de autos el fin de semana pasado. take vo ---la madre del muchacho hablo sobre la pasion que su hijo de 14 aÑos tenia con los autos y por eso es que el habia decidido acudir a la carrera de autos. ---el jovencito fue atropellado por su tio que conducia el carro quien en la vuelta de calientamiento perdio el con
. but the city of san jose is hoping that millions of dollars in incentives will keep samsung semi-conductor from moving to texas. it includes a production of the company's traffic impact fee, utility taxes and a reimbur reimbursement of capital expenses. with these expenses, samsung could increase its work force by a third. the mayor says the tax breaks will eventually mean more tax dollars. >> we will get about $25 million in additional rev revenues in a variety of taxes and it will give up about $7 million of that over 10 years to help keep samsung here. >> now, the city council is scheduled to vote on those tax incentives tomorrow. >> pets dying, getting hurt or disappearing while in the care of an airline. >> i said how's it going? he said well, better than you. your dog is dead. >> tonight, we investigate why some airlines are not even reporting when something goes wrong with a pet from a plane. >> why officers said if they would have arrived seconds later, it would have cost a man his life. >> a big night for the warriors. see how they took down the lakers coming up in sports. >>> unbeliev
informado de daÑos materiales o victimas.. pkg en este mapa vemos a san jose de pinula...ubicad o unas seis millas de la capital guatemalteca .. y que hoy fue el epicentro de un sismo de 6.2 grados en la escala de richter y con una profundidad de 91 millas a pesar de la magnitud del temblor muchos residentes reportaron casi no haberlo sentido .. y algunos testigo dijeron que permanecia la calma aun luego de que la tierra se sacudiera. por el momento ningun cuerpo de socorro ha informado de daÑos materiales o humanos en algun punto del territoria nacional el sismo tambien sacudio localidades fronterizas de el salvador e incluso la capital donde tampoco se reportaron perdidas materiales o humanas algunos medios locales indicaron que el sismo se debio a una falla local cabe seÑalar que a principios de marzo guatemala sufrio otro sismo en el suroeste del pais, tampoco se registraron victimas o daÑos y en noviembre pasado mas de 50 personas murieron en un temblor de 7.5 . gaby -- hace dos aÑos el pais fue sacudido por una serie de sismos que dejaron 250 damnificados y 21 viviendas daÑadas..
this fire. >>> we are on the scene of a deadly accident with san jose police. >>> we are live in san jose where a woman only one week away from having a baby escaped from a fire. we will tell you what started it all next. >>> and it is a big day for same sex couples what they are willing to pay to witness history, it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> and good morning everybody, it is tuesday march 26th, i am brian flores. steve paulson is here, it sounded like it was going to rain. >> it is going to be cooler and that's for sure, we had the partly cloudy skies overall it looks like partly sunny partly cloudy and here is sal. >>> we had some breaking news out of san jose, we had a fatal accident, a man crashed through and southbound lanes are blocked, janine de la vega is on the scene and in just a few minutes we will have a live report, let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin with breaking news in alameda where firefighters are battling an apartment fire. alex is there where they had been f
. temperatures are going to be similar but a bit warmer in some spots. 60s in san jose. definitely cooler along the coast. we will start that the day with fog and lender. a look at your extended forecast. but fog and light isolated showers. the chances for rain fall and the best chance will be this weekend. widespread steady rain. go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, as well as our facebook and twitter feed. we're now 54 days away from this year's bay to breakers. kron 4 is proud to be part of this san francisco event. bay to breakers is happening -- sunday, may 19th hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. in sports. lebron james and the miami heat go for their 27th straight win. . and the warriors take on the lakers in a game crucialheat go for 27th straight dywane wade inst
chance of sprinkles in the north bay. east of san jose there could with a springel twomplt overnight tonight, cloudy skies, clouds increase. low temperatures mid 40s and a chance of a scattered sprinkle or two. tomorrow, highs into mid-60s, 65 san jose. pin anyone slarks low to mid-60s. mid-50s on the coast. up in the north bay milder than that. we'll see mid 60s in santa rosa. east bay highs 64 in oakland and newark. inland mid to upper 60s. 67 in livermore, here is the accu-weather forecast. slight chance of showers on thursday. not a great chance. milder friday. highs back into 70s and cooling down saturday clouds increase sunday, a chance of showers. looks like it could be at least a partly wet day. they can occur. >> thank you spencer. >> coming up next reunion of an east bay woman ask a stolen dog. >> the search with a >>> messy hotel labor negotiations led to pickets won't be repeated at least in one hotel this, morning hilton workers and management celebrated signing of a new 5-year labor agreement. the new pact gives 750 milton workers a 4% compensation increase each year. t
bay where a fire has destroyed part of a building that broke out on park street at san jose avenue before 2:30. the firefighters have the fire under control. there is no word yet on injuries or if people were displaced from their homes. we will bring you more details when we get them. in san jose a one-alarm fire displaces 21 residents in an apartment building. it broke out before midnight. firefighters brought the flames under control in 15 minutes. two units were damaged badly. the cause is not determined. >> driving in, sprinkles on my cars. >> really? >> there were high winneds on the bay bridge, the signs were lit up. >> we would like to get more from the system. here is live doppler 7 hd with the hills in the east bay looking at returns and we had a report of light rain at sfo so there are clouds out there. maybe some mist and drizzle but overall we have cloudy conditions. temperatures this morning are similar to yesterday with clouds in the 40's and 50's. upper 40's in fairfield, and 50 in hayward. today, count on the cloud cover. whether we see rain, count yourself lucky, m
, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be happy to answer questions in a moment but i'll close with a type thought: you know we are living today in an extraordinary city at a very extraordinary time. a time where there is really anistonnishing innovation and really unlimited promise. and that for this innovation are being created by our own people here in san franc
to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. an east san jose woman's 11-month-old daughter sitting in the back of the family's suv as it warmed up in the driveway. in a moment, both were gone, sparking an amber alert and a statewide search. after hours of searching, the ordeal ended, at least for mother and baby. trujillo tracked the search and they're still looking for a suspect, damien. >> that's right. as of now, the family has not returned to their home on amargar court. the baby is safe, and meanwhile, the hunt is on for the baby's kidnapper. the mother walked into the er with detectives just before noon. >> we're just happy we're able to reunite gabriella with her mother. >> reporter: it started at the family home on amargor court. someone got into the car the family was warming up and took off, baby strapped in a car seat. at one point police closed off highway 101 north of trimbull road looking for evidence. it wasn't until maintenance worker julio remembered the amber alert he got on his phone. he checked the plates of a white jeep liberty at this apartment complex
involved in getting this project to an amazing legal footing. the technology network in san jose who made this a crucial project. i want to call out a thanks to or tactical team. we know how to make it small, not over 150 feet in the air. we have a studio, zone engineering and i have to say thanks to hmr who has been a rock star and directly one of the reasons this is happening. an extremely talented project. thank you all. i also want to just take a moment to really acknowledge that while leo and i have done a lot of things m in this world, we would not be able to do it alone. there is only one person responsible for this project and that is executive director of the arts. luminarias. i can go on and on. i think i will throughout the night. do know that she's a special person and this entire community owes her a debt of gratitude. i want to thank leo and his family for bringing the level of artistic integrity for this work that somehow slipped through the progress of a work of contemporary art parallel in art history. it has everything to do with leo and our interpretations with our dis
reality of crime and this is a year of where crime went up everywhere in san francisco and san jose and quite frankly and i'm being very honestly about this because of what the president said the other night we are for the not going to end -- unless we get the universal background check on gunses because california and oakland have some of the strongest laws in the country but the guns come in across nevada evidence and we need all of your help to support the president on this. because if you care about the violence in america cities, we have to have -- it's a no-brainer if it's legal for a teenager to have a machine begun in the streets of urban america and that is leading to this higher murder rate across the country it makes a difference. so, if you need to we need you to help support the president on that and you can do that and my organization is to -- to help the obama administration we can bring down violate crime permanently if we also refer to the issues of giving opportunity to young people and hope. and oakland more than other cities we have more people that have been
about anything. >> reporter: a similar system played a role in a san jose abduction, a random photo used today in the search for a child. where it helps like it did today that is a big argument in favor i think. >> reporter: last year the aclu sued the government to figure out what data is being collected by the cameras, how much of it, some can capture more than a thousand license plates a minute. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the medical examiner identified a man hit and killed today. a train hit a man today. he was from palo alto. it happened at 6:45 a.m. this morning and closed the tracks for an hour causing major delays. >>> good samaritan tried to pull two people from an suv after the driver crashed into a canal this morning. several drivers and emergency responders worked to pull the couple out but they were pronounced dead at the scene. the chp hasn't released their names. witnesses say four feet of water filled the ditch. >> we were trying to help them out. >> reporter: what did you try to do? >> we tried -- i got a bar here
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